The city of Johor Bahru is one of the largest cities in South Malaysia. Johor Bahru has 2.7 million people, including the suburbs around the city. Malaysia has succeeded in transforming this city into the largest financial center. The city receives about 16 million tourists annually. One of the extended bridges was operated in Singapore about 300 thousand inhabitants of the city of Johor Bahru and there are many shopping malls in this city that offer the item to the public at reasonable prices so that the people of Singapore come to this city to shop at reasonable prices and suitable.
Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque
The construction of this mosque in 1892 to be the first brick in the start of the Renaissance and modernization in Johor, was built in the era of the Sultan Abu Bakr, the spiritual father of modern Johor. The mosque was built eight years ago and was completed in 1900 and can accommodate 2,000 worshipers at the same time. The mosque blends many architectural styles, but is predominantly Victorian. Its minarets resemble the British Clock Towers and the Sultan Abu Bakr Mosque is now classified as a landmark which is under the protection of Malaysia’s Department of Museums and Antiquities.
The Country shared the investment arm of Johor, which launched another offshore beachfront project in 2013 called Danga Bay and sold its 9539 apartments.
The state-owned Greenland Group also builds office towers, apartments and shops on 128 acres in Tabrau (about 20 minutes from the center of Johor Bahru).
Legoland Malaysia is an international park located in Nusagaya, which has been operating since 2012, and includes more than 40 games and recreational activities. The park also has a water park that attracts both adults and young people, with all the food and beverage stalls at reasonable prices.
Opened in 2010, it is part of a large complex with the largest hotel in the city and residential buildings next to it.
Consists of 4 floors with 350 outlets including 70 restaurants and cafés.
10:00 – 22:00
Address: 33 Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad, 80250 Johor Bahru
Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Hindu Temple
This temple is the center of Hinduism in Johor Bahru, the first Hindu glass temple in the world, adorned from the inside and outside by glass so it seems always stunning, especially under the sun.
Tanjung Bayai National Park
Johor Malaysia Located 90 km south of Johor Bahur city center, the wonders of the town of Tanjung Biay have gathered in a national park. The mangrove trees that this park boasts are one of the mainstays of wildlife continuity living in mangrove trees in the garden. These trees also play an important role in protecting this magical environment from the great waves of the sea. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy wide-eyed mud bouncy, funky macaque monkeys, wild birds and many more wildlife. Natural habitat protected by mangrove trees. Do not forget to bring comfortable shoes to enjoy walking through these trees.
Angry Birds Theme Park
Inspired by Children’s Angry Birds or Angry Birds, covering 26,000 square feet, an important attraction near Singapore’s highway, there are plenty of activities to do, including interactive shows with angry birds throughout the day.
Tanjung Palau Museum of Johor Fishermen Malaysia
Fishermen who live on the east coast have used numerous fishing tools and footprints. Some of them were watching the moon while others looked at the sky for climate change. If you are interested in knowing a lot about fabulous sea myths, amazing fishing stories and Malaysian fishing routes, do not miss visiting this unique museum. For development work carried out by the South Johor Development Authority, the initiative is part of the development project at the local fisherman’s village in Tanjung Palau. The museum displays a range of fishing gear, which includes fishing nets and equipment that mimic original fishing tools. The museum also houses a number of traditional boats, boats and boats decorated by local fishermen.
Old Johor Castle
Malaysia The old Johor castle (or Kota Johor Lama) saw fierce battles between the local Malayans and invading troops from outside. The Hat was built in 1540 under the reign of Sultan Alaeddin Rayat Shah II (1528-1564) As the best fortress of defense built on the banks of the river Johor at the time and after the fall of the Malian Sultanate in Malacca in 1511, the River Johor is the administrative center and fortress of defense to repel the Portuguese aggression in Malacca has helped the geographical location and the natural environment of the castle to facilitate the control of movement of ships, (Relative to the Aceh region) And in 1587 the Portuguese invaded the fortress, burned it all and stole its contents, including the weapons inside it.
Kota Tengi Museum
Johor State Malaysia This museum was built in 1997 and opened to the public in 2002. This museum tells the story of the glory days of the Sultanate of Jowhar, which began after the fall of the Malacca Empire in the hands of the Portuguese in 1511. This site was chosen exclusively for the museum because of its historical importance as The famous writer Ton Sri Lanang has written his memoirs “The History of Malay”, which is a description of excellence and excellence in the valley of the river Johor and wandering between the sides of this two-story museum will go your mind away from the past, you see from a rare collection of exhibits The J dating back to the period of the nineteenth century to the present day. The collection includes a variety of works, including centuries-old ceramics, large canvas paintings along with old musical instruments and weapons that were used in the era of the most prominent ammunition.